This is the third annual event, with the 2018 theme: “Across the Life Span.” This event will feature panel discussions on infants, teens, young adults, older adults and a general resource panel. RVSPs are open through July 16.
The Early Learning Institute is hosting three-part community speaker series event on May 1st, June 7th and July 12th. The series will include: May 1st: Parent Expert Panel June 7th: Community Mental Health and Real Opportunities for Independence: “Coordination of Care for Children with ASD: Balancing School with Therapy.” July 12th: Advocacy and the IEP… Read More »
Dr. Paul T. Shattuck, Ph.D. Director of the Life Course Outcomes Program at A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, Drexel University Dr. Shattuck studies experiences and services that promote positive outcomes for people on the autism spectrum, their families, and communities. Dr. Shattuck’s published studies have been formally recognized by federal agencies and private advocacy groups as some… Read More »
Functional analysis procedures are often attributed to seminal work by Iwata and colleagues (1982/1994). This and subsequent work has guided assessment and treatment of severe challenging behavior (Beavers, Iwata, & Lerman 2013; Hanley, Iwata, & McCord, 2003). It has also spurred many iterations of functional analytic procedures as divergent clinical needs have been encountered (e.g.,… Read More »
Explore Kinesiology research by taking a tour through the PLAY’d Lab. PLAY’d—Physical Activity in Youth With Disabilities Laboratory—is directed by Assistant Professor Janet Hauck. The lab is located in room 21A in the lower level of the IM Circle Building. Some information on the lab: The lab studies children and infant movement, development and body… Read More »
Join the MSU College of Education for workshops that have been designed to benefit a wide range of educators including: Teachers Paraprofessionals Speech and Language Pathologists Job Coaches Board Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBAs) Board Certified Assistant Behavioral Analysts (BCaBAs) Educators are invited to attend one or both of the following workshops: Strategies for Teaching Language… Read More »
“Autism in College: Creating a Spectrum of Opportunity,” featuring Edlyn Peña As the numbers of students diagnosed with autism have increased to one in 68 students, institutions of higher education are currently experiencing an upward trend in enrollment of college students with autism. As students with autism transition into postsecondary education along with their neurotypical… Read More »
Join us as we celebrate the launch of Spartan Project SEARCH, a national transition program for young people with disabilities now available at Michigan State University. This fall, 10 students are starting yearlong internships in various settings on campus, combined with classroom time provided by Ingham Intermediate School District. The program will help participants gain… Read More »